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Louise Chiasson, B.Sc (Kin), M.OT

Louise enjoys the diversity, flexibility, and creativity of working as a community occupational therapist. She is passionate about the “doing” aspect of OT, empowering clients to regain autonomy over their lives and learning from her clients as they share their unique stories. Louise’s practice has focused primarily on mental health, concussion/brain injury, and chronic pain. She has experience conducting Functional Capacity Evaluations and Cost of Future Care Assessments.

Louise is an avid runner and trains for half- and full-marathons. She also enjoys bullet journaling and exploring trails with her dog and loved ones. Louise challenges herself to step outside her comfort zone and tries to enjoy each moment as it happens!

"Sometimes the bravest and most important thing you can do
is just show up." - Brene Brown

Ergonomic Assessments

Case Management

Job Demands Analysis (physical and cognitive)

Exposure Therapy

Return to Work Planning

Life skills for depression and anxiety


Home Safety/ Falls Prevention Assessment


  • Master of Occupational Therapy – Queen's University
  • Bachelor of Science in Human Kinetics – St. Francis Xavier University
  • Registrant - College of Occupational Therapists of British Columbia (COTBC)
  • Matheson Functional Capacity Evaluation Certification
  • Standard First Aid and CPR Certification

Practice Areas

  • Ergonomic Assessments
  • Job Demands Analysis (physical and cognitive)
  • Return to Work Planning
  • Worksite Accommodations
  • Home Safety/Falls Prevention Assessment

  • Activation
  • Wheelchair/Seating
  • Hospital Discharge Planning
  • Case Management
  • Exposure Therapy

  • Functional Capacity Evaluations
  • Life skills for depression and anxiety
  • Driving desensitization
  • Return to sport and leisure
  • Clients: Adult

Active. Goal-driven. Individualized.

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